The device is considered to offer users all the benefits of a Windows PC, alongside a range of connectivity features.
Cost effective Voice over Internet Protocol is included, as well as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth and it also includes a 1.3 megapixel camera.
A QWERTY keyboard, 2.4-inch screen and Windows Mobile 6 software make it a handy out-of-office machine.
BT announced earlier this year that it planned to launch a range of Wi-Fi enabled smartphones in conjunction with HTC and HP.
Jerry Thompson, BT’s chief of applications and devices, told ZDNet.co.uk: “We are very excited about Windows Mobile 6 and the range of HTC devices, as it will enable us to develop affordable converged services for customers over our wireless broadband and mobile networks.”
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